(1) The PRS Board may give a person who is registered under this Part a written notice ( notice of intention to cancel ) requiring the person to show cause, within the time specified in the notice, why the person's registration should not be cancelled if the PRS Board considers that—
(a) the person is not qualified for registration; or
(b) the person's application for registration or renewal of registration contained information that was false or misleading.
Section 103 sets out the qualifications for registration.
(2) The time specified in the notice of intention to cancel must be at least 21 days after the day on which the notice is given to the person.
(3) If the person responds to the notice of intention to cancel within the time specified by the notice, or within any further time allowed by the PRS Board, the PRS Board must consider the person's response before cancelling the person's registration under this Part.
Section 202(2) requires the PRS Board to have regard to the advice of the Chief Commissioner when performing its registration functions.
(4) The function of the PRS Board under subsection (1) may be performed by the President of the PRS Board or the Deputy President of the Registration Division.